Beaver Park

Beaver Park is in the seaside community of Sidney, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. This is a long and narrow park with a couple of swings set in a fine gravel. Most of the park is a large grass covered area in this quiet residential neighborhood of Sidney, B.C. The park itself has a few plum trees and is fenced along Bowerbank Road with a low chain-link fence. Most of the properties that border on this park have wood fences while a few have cedar hedges. There is access along grass covered easements into Beaver Park from Pollard Place, Sparling Place and Vallis Place. Rathdown Park is across Bowerbank Road while Resthaven Park and Resthaven Linear Park are a little further way.

Geographical location N48º 39″ 39″ W123º 24′ 35″

Beaver Park can be reached from the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 1). Exit Hwy1 onto McKenzie Avenue to reach the Pat Bay Highway (Hwy 17). Head north along Hwy17 as it leads past the airport to reach Sidney on the Saanich Peninsula.  Turn at the MacDonald Park Road exit and follow the road to the four way stop. Turn right onto Resthaven Drive. Follow Resthaven Drive to Bowerbank Road which is across from All Bay Parking area for Tsehum Harbour. Follow Bowerbank Road to Piercy Street and look for Beaver Park on the right. There is pedestrian access of Pollard Place, Sparling Place and Vallis Place with limited parking.  A bus travels along Bowerbank Road.

Additional Information

Hiking Trails 1: Victoria and Vicinity

Nature Guide to Victoria Region

Vancouver and Victoria Color Guide

Frommer’s Vancouver and Victoria 


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